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Very Good. 1563111152 1994 first edition, Gallups Island Radio Association (Paducah, Kentucky), 8 3/4 x 11 1/4 inches tall pictorial hardbound, no dust jacket (as issued), copiously illustrated with vintage black-and-white photographs, 208 pp. Minor soiling, rubbing and edgewear to covers. Name of prior owner (whose account from Platoon R-73 is included at pp. 139-40) in embossed gilt lettering to the lower margin of the front cover. Otherwise, apart from very slight marginal age toning, a very good copy-clean, bright and unmarked. ~E~ A history of the radio operators' school run during World War II at Gallups Island, located in what is now the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area, situated between Georges Island and Long Island and just over 6 miles from downtown Boston. Later a school for military bakers and cooks was added.
Very Good+ 1563111152. Glassine cover lightly rubbed; no marks in text. Standard shipping only. Does not go out of country. Delivery confirmation tracking number provided.; 10.80 X 8.60 X 0.90 inches; 208 pages.
Near Fine. No Jacket. Book 16000 PB shelf. Oversized glossy photo bds, black spine. No names, clean text. No dust jacket issued. Informational endpapers. Many b/w photos of the island in Boston Harbor. Index. "history of Gallups Islands, its veterans and their role in our freedom." This is Stephen Biros' copy, with his name stamped in gold on front cover.
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